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Jennifer Thompson

Jennifer Thompson: The Concentric Circles of Harm

On Thursday, November 7, the Klau Center and the Exoneration Project welcomed Jennifer Thompson to Notre Dame Law School. Thompson, founder and director of the Healing Justice Project, recalled her...

Notre Dame Law School marks 150 years with celebration weekend

A weekend-long celebration served as the culmination of a year's worth of celebrations marking the 150th anniversary of Notre Dame Law School. Sesquicentennial Reception The Sesquicentennial Reception, held in Dahnke Ballroom...
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In Memoriam: Professor John Copeland Nagle

It is with a heavy heart that I announce that John Copeland Nagle, Notre Dame Law School’s John N. Matthews Professor of Law, died on May 18, 2019, after a...
Nina Oldehaver

LL.M. Spotlight: Nina Oldehaver

For Nina Oldehaver, her LL.M. degree from Notre Dame Law School will give her a better understanding in her international workplace. During her mandatory two-year internship to become a lawyer...
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LL.M. Spotlight: Fernanda Gianesella Bertolaccini

Fernanda Gianesella Bertolaccini wants her voice to be heard. An activist in her native Brazil, Bertolaccini focuses on how private companies comply with voluntary sustainability standards and how they are...
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LL.M. Spotlight: Yue Yu

After working for three years as a senior associate in the merger and acquisition transaction services department for Deloitte Financial Advisory in China, Yue Yu decided it was time for...
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LL.M. Spotlight: Raphael Ng’etich

Raphael Ng’etich of Kenya has known that he wanted to study and teach law since he was in high school. As a law student at Strathmore University in Nairobi, he...
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Notre Dame Law School kicks off sesquicentennial

The first law class at Notre Dame was held on February 1, 1869, which makes this year Notre Dame Law School’s sesquicentennial. The Law School community kicked off the celebration...